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  1. So, firstly GREAT article? And second, why the hell are all these angry moms riding you for “not having a husband involved”? Excuse me? Lol girl bye I am 32 years old and never been married. Doesn’t mean a thing! Everyone has their own lives & their OWN way of living it. This is Kyrie’s article. Don’t sprinkle negative random, open ended questions such as “where’s the hubby in all this” etc. WHO does that!?

    Peace & Blessings

  2. Where the hell is your partner in all of this? Why is all of this your responsibility? I find this absolutely absurd. This is a really great schedule to adhere to to keep your house clean, but why is it all on you? The person you share your home with should participate.

    1. This is a schedule for the working mother who’s responsibility is to clean the house. Not everyone has the luxury of having a partner to help them with the load – or, perhaps, some partners help in other ways (farm chores, yard duty, watching the children, book keeping, working multiple jobs, etc.). It’s a very limited mindset to assume the partner is doing nothing when you read this article.

      1. Reading this, I assumed my husband and kids would be part of this… not sure where the “husband” was not in this situation automatically.

  3. Hey Kyrie 🙂 I just found about your blog a few days ago and read and figure out my routines. Now again, I need a few adaptions 🙂
    In your plan I´m missing your times for cleaning windows and times you reserve for your grocery shopping. Is it because your husband takes care of that? 🙂 How do you manage these areas?
    Right now I am in a position where i manage everything from a to z alone, and i just don´t get in to a flow with everything.
    I´d be happy for you feedback 🙂 Best Regards, Sabine from Germany

    1. Hi Sabine, thanks for your comment! The cleaning windows of time are meant to be flexible, but if you download the free cleaning schedule I provide “before work/after work” windows of time. 🙂 Regarding grocery shopping, this is in a separate category than cleaning for me, and no, when I was working full-time and managing the home I was in charge of all the grocery shopping as well. For this, I take advantage of grocery pick-up (free of charge if I ordered a certain dollar amount) and I would simply pick-up on the weekends. This took all of about 20 minutes from the time I left my house to the time I got back in the door.

      The meal planning and deciding what food we needed were very quick as well because I meal plan for 6 months in advance. I teach you how to do that in this post:

      I also sell my six month meal plans (complete with meals/recipes/grocery lists, etc.) here:

      I hope this was helpful!

  4. Thank you, Kyrie, for this well written and well explained article. I am definitely taking some inspiration and notes from this as my cleaning schedule has fallen wayside as my household has shifted into homeschooling. So this perfect for giving me ideas. Thank you, again!

    1. Hi Elizabeth, thanks so much for reading! I’m glad you were able to snag some helpful tips 🙂 Big life changes definitely call for inspiration, I totally understand that.

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